Vivo has made official this week the global versions of the X60 series, which differ substantially from the versions it launched at the end of last year for the Chinese market. The new series of this innovative brand of mobile phones stands out for the collaboration with Zeiss, a well-known brand in the world of photography, for the manufacture of camera lenses.
For Vivo, Zeiss’ collaboration has consisted of the use of T * optical coating and spiral bokeh simulation based on the manufacturer’s own classic Biotar design. This should lead to better quality photos, taking into account that it is not common to use quality lenses in smart phones, so later comparisons of photos taken with the cameras of these phones may begin to arrive.
Collaborations with renowned photography brands becoming fashionable
For the rest, the new X60 series is made up of the following models: the X60, the X60 Pro and the X60 Pro Plus, where the latter will initially arrive in India, while the remaining two, in addition to India, will also reach others. markets.
In this regard, the pre-order period begins today, although the company promises to provide details on the launches for Europe and other markets later, so it will be a matter of waiting.
Focusing on the features of the X60 Pro Plus, this model has a 6.56 ″ Super AMOLED FullHD + screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, a maximum brightness of 1000 nits, and HDR + compatibility.
Inside it has the Snapdragon 888 along with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of internal UFS 3.1 storage, 4,200mAh battery with 55W fast charging support, also bringing a rear camera configuration composed of a main camera with Samsung ISOCELL GN1 sensor. 50MP camera, a Sony IMX598 48MP ultra-wide-angle camera with exclusive gimbal-like stabilization, a 32MP telephoto camera with 2x magnification and an 8MP 5x telephoto periscope camera.
For their part, the Vivo X60 and the Vivo X60 Pro bet on the Snapdragon 870, where the first is accompanied by 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage and the second with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, both with a rear camera setup with a 48M main camera, a 13MP ultra wide angle camera and a 13MP telephoto camera with 2X zoom.
All three models have a 32MP front camera. Only the first model has a flat screen, while the Pro versions have curved sides, keeping the rest of the features.
It will already be a matter of waiting for Vivo to pronounce itself regarding the launches in Europe.
Goes: The Verge